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One of my many ailments is psoriasis and i mostly get it on my hands. That is why I wear gloves in most of my videos. I have to take immune suppressors for some of my ailments which means i have no immune system and sticking broken skin in unknown water is a big NO NO, lol. Thanks for the concern though.
Use this with the Nugget Bucket, it will speed up the process. Will be harder to store all together but will definitely make it go faster Courtesy share for Klesh Guitars Channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m28FepfL6vU )....
Arbor Fabricating: http://arborfab.com/Stacking-Prospecting-Classifiers--Set-of-2_p_132.html
People buy Nikes or Adidas for hundreds of dollars even though they only cost pennies to make. Also I have made money on several bags of paydirt. Goldbay, AlaskaNugget907 and LynchmIning have all gotten me over 100% ROIs.
Yeah as I said I use a different scale now and before this one. The main one I used before broke, and was out of stock so switched to this back up till I could buy another one, which I now use. This one worked fine though as I always calibrate and test them before I weight up the gold.
The scale I used in this video is the 2nd bast I could find under $100. I used to, and currently use a different scale as seen in my newest videos. Sadly I had dropped my original one and it was out of stock so had to go with this one. Sadly scales are either under $50 or over $250 their really is no in between and I cant justify an over $250 scale right now.
I didnt, but it is my understanding from talking to the Nugget Bucket support that step is to prevent the bowl from floating away not from gold blowing out. I asked them about it a long time ago, because none of the videos show them doing it, and was told it is to keep the bowl itself from blowing out, but doubt it would happen unless you are pumping in a ton of water before adding material.
Kind of using the Nugget bucket wrong. Way more water (Buckets not hose) and you dont have to stop and clear the classifiers every time.
You can run half that bucket of dirt then clear classifier. Good video
Hat e to disagree but 100% wrong. I discussed water amount with a nugget bucket representative and a hose is fine. Secondly the material I was running was almost square shaped so after a few scoops all of the classifier holes were clogged. Adding more material would have done nothing as the classifier was blocked. Adding more water again would have done nothing as holes were blocked. It does not take away that I think the nugget bucket is awesome.
Nice video I really don't like there classifiers on the gold rush nugget bucket small rock tend to get stuck in the classifiers and you spend more time getting them out but over all it works like it should.
If you are looking for possibly the best classifier ever made, go over to kleshguitars channel. He reviewed one made by arbor fabricating. Since that video, they've have modified the handle so it doesn't bend. Here is the video name he is reviewing it in. Prospecting at Arapahoe Bar gold panning area, Colorado - 10,000 subscriber gold paydirt giveaway. There's a code and link in the description if you should choose to purchase one. Enjoyed your video. Looking forward to seeing what the goldcube collects.
I have seen it, and not sure i would call it best ever made. Another company used to make a full 5 gallon classifier that was great. Also at $72 it would be very expensive to use 3 or 4, not to mention cumbersome. I really like the Cyclone classifiers.
Do you keep all your gold or sell it to pay for more paydirt? And do you ever melt it down? I wouldn't melt my nuggets but was thinking of melting the fly poop gold. I keep all my gold. I have only 8 grams. But i just ordered another 3 gram bag from goldbay. So far they are my favorite. I've done lynch mining gizmos got $17 for $22 bag not bad. And i pan4gold was 2.06 grams for like $108. And then some ebay stuff that all sucked. The 3 food 1's i found were all from watching your reviews. Thanks!!
Super awesome was expecting way less. And ya much happier panning and using blue bowl. After seeing what didn't get caught from the nugget bucket kinda glad I didn't get one. Have alot of clay material in Virginia. That thing looks good for gravels only not dirty pay dirt. I bet the cube slaughters it because of the redundancy. Oh and your better half seemed happy you finally did that bucket as are we all. Wtg bro. And lol in that one bucket you matched what I have in my vial of panning for 1 yr of bought paydirts. But ya know how that goes hit or miss. me I seem to miss alot lol, but still an awesome hobby. Pan on All
Belmont is some dirty dirt got a 5 lb bag coming and a bag of vulture. Lol ordered last week during sale. they just printed out package on 24th lol so hopefully by July 4 I get it crossing fingers. Back to video. And ya seen the nugget bucket on others reviewing. Don't think I would like it. Should have a metal screen and in circular form for holes not squares. Perhaps for prospecting.
The Nugget bucket was always meant for families who go out so I expect they think you'll have an extra hand or two to help. I'm out in the field most of the time and don't really classify, the Nugget bucket is definitely much better for that. Thanks so much for this demo! Always appreciate you sweating for us!
A blue pan cause it is on the opposite side of color spectrum. I'm also color blind. I was going to go with black but I really wanted to see how much black sand I was getting so I went with blue. Martin prospecting 14 inch and 8 inch blue is what I use.
Good morning Miller, that was a nice 5 gallon bucket, it must have taken you all day to do , some real nice nuggets you got, there was a lot of garbage clogging up your screen, I was on a dig last Saturday I have gold cube banker and the holes in the tube was clogging up same as your screen I had to use a brush to clean out the holes in the tube, can't wait to see how the gold cube does,see you next video . I'm going to send you some pictures what we talk about earlier.
Going to wait for the next comparison with the cube, I was wondering if you panned out the catch pan under the nugget bucket to see if there were any floaters that escaped from that small catch cup in the bottom?
Its not really what the pans color is but how your eyes distinguish 2 colors apart. So some people gold pops out more with black or green or even purple. My eyes see the gold better on a blue pan. If most colors are looking black your real problem will be the black sands, so you will probably need as light of a color as possible. I am guessing pink might end up being your new best friend, lol.
Great video! Thanks for sharing your day. I like the way the gold cube works. Not so much the Nugget bucket. I use a battery operated Gold Magic spiral wheel. Works great on both dry material and with water separation. Have you ever used one? Thank you. Have a great day.
Yet another amazing video mate :-) love waking up 2 see you have posted a new video lol. 5 gallon bucket gold nuget bucket dude exciting times. And well how dose all gold prospectors messure how much love you partner has for you????? By the amount of paydirt they by you as a gift lol so much love there from the wife. Cant wait to watch part 2
Color Blindness varies so much I could never tell you. What you should do is get a pile of construction paper and a piece of god and give it a go. That will save you from buying a whole mess of pans. Try Blue, pink, blue, green and purple, those are all the colors I now pans come in.
I've been a little sceptical about the nugget bucket myself. Just doesn't seem to be single user friendly. With a friend perhaps you can get more screening action. I'm excited to see the cube in action. I'm pretty sure it will be a more satisfying experience. And of course....more gold. Thanks for sharing. Can't wait for part two.
Hey Dylan, wouldn’t the gold you would have found that didn’t get through the screen actually .010G less because l how much your triangular dishes weigh? I only ask because you didn’t zero out the tray. If this is the case, you would have actually found about 0.690G of gold. I’m referring to between 21 and 23 minutes.
Hey, I know it does look like that, but actually all of the trays vary in weight by 0.010 and the tray the gold was on was the one I zeroed out the tray on. Then when I put the wrong tray on it showed the difference. I did mess up though with the nuggets though.
That is some great looking gold I th one think the nugget bucket needs better screens to process the dirt better I've seen people take top seen out and use a metal tipe classifier.Great video can't wait to see how the gold cube does and have a good. one
Whats funny is due to its size it didnt arrive till after xmas and then I was getting ready for my knee replacement so it sat in shed. Then it froze solid, lol. So had to wait for warmer weather for it to thaw out.
Miller Prospecting I should be as well as doing some panning for gems and taking the full tour of the crisson mine that should be a great start to a weekend? Now just got to figure out what else to do that weekend maybe go visit the loud mine or actually do so prospecting and mining in one of Tony's spots
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